Celebrating solutions to plastic pollution - because throw-away is so yesterday.
United States
13 episodes
since Feb. 20, 2019


Vending machines - the place where you get stale, single serve, plastic-packaged snacks when you have nowhere else to turn, right? Not so fast! Slow food meets convenience for reuse on-the-go in this episode, where we talk with Chloe Vichot, a New York City food ecopreneur and the co-founder of Fresh Bowl - the world’s first vending machine for fresh, local, healthy, throw-away-free meals. Learn about Chloe’s journey from growing up in France to the culture shock of fast food America, to finding her a calling to bring health and simplicity back to our plates here in the States. You’ll hear also about the practical challenges, lessons learned, and creative solutions in implementing this exciting urban food system innovation. Listen now, and as always, subscribe to The Indisposable Podcast to stay updated on more solutions-focused inspirations! Learn more at https://www.myfreshbowl.com/.
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